YouTube Censors Detransitioner’s Viral Video


Sarah Wilder Social Issues Reporter
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YouTube is censoring a video in which Prisha Mosley, who once identified as transgender but has since detransitioned, the Daily Signal reported Wednesday.

Mosley is suing her doctors for allegedly guiding her into a gender transition after she exhibited symptoms of an eating disorder and even made attempts on her own life, the Signal noted. Mosley says she was not made aware of the potential side-effects of the cross-sex hormones she was given, and that doctors ignored her many comorbidities. (RELATED: GOP-Controlled Louisiana Senate Passes Bill Banning Child Sex Changes Over Dem Governor’s Veto)

“Prisha did not discover Dr. Perry’s misrepresentations, concealment, and wrongdoing until recently, within the last year, and could not have discovered it prior to that time in the exercise of reasonable diligence because she was vulnerable and suffered from a host of mental health issues,” the lawsuit reads.

Kelsey Bolar of the Independent Women’s Forum interviewed Mosley in a Dec. 2022 video that has since garnered almost 100,000 views on YouTube. The video is only available to watch on YouTube, meaning that when other outlets attempt embed the video, it displays with a notice that “This video is age-restricted and only available on YouTube.”


“The video in question was correctly age-restricted in line with our Community Guidelines, which apply equally to everyone on YouTube,” Jack Malon, police communications manager at YouTube told the Daily Caller. “Sometimes content doesn’t violate our policies, but it may not be appropriate for viewers under 18. In these cases, we may place an age-restriction on the video.”

The Daily Caller interviewed several former transgender individuals for a recent documentary “Damaged: The Transing of America’s Kids,” including Chloe Cole, Cat Cattinson and Walt Heyer.

Cole sued Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, the Permanente Medical Group and several doctors in February, saying they provided her puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones and a double mastectomy between the ages of 13 and 17. Detransitioner Kayla Lovdahl also sued Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and other doctors in June, alleging that she was provided with puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones and a double mastectomy by the age of 13.